Subject: Computer Science - Computation and Language | Computer Science - Social and Information Networks | HM | QA76
Rumour stance classification, defined as classifying the stance of specific social media posts into one of supporting, denying, querying or commenting on an earlier post, is becoming of increasing interest to researchers. While most previous work has focused on using in... View more
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